List of APIs to help add or retrieve subtitles
Fetch subtitles for your favorite online videos with subtitle APIs.
A subtitle application programming interface (API) is a representational State Transfer (REST) style web service that enables developers to add to an application or website the functionality to display subtitles in a different language.
A subtitles API uses artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technology to generate subtitles on videos. The RESTful API for subtitles uses algorithms that automatically detect words and phrases in a specified language.
The API subtitles search service provides endpoints to access the service. The GET method is how requests are made.
Subtitle fetching APIs are for developers that want to save time coding when they create applications or websites that give end-users the ability to display subtitles in a different language on videos.
Businesses that show videos on their websites such as for entertainment or training will also benefit from the efficient functionality that subtitle APIs provide.
For developers, subtitle APIs are valuable tools because they will not need to code that feature. They can embed the endpoints into their application on their website without debugging that part of the code.
APIs are essential to businesses that offer online training for a global audience or employees located around the world. The entertainment industry may be able to increase their market share when they offer subtitle capabilities for their videos.
Developers can expect to reduce the time it takes to launch their websites and applications that feature subtitling for videos.
Businesses may notice growing user engagement and increased customer satisfaction with subtitles search APIs.
RapidAPI’s Marketplace lists several free and freemium subtitle database APIs. Subtitles for YouTube by Yashagarwal allows users to show subtitles on YouTube videos. AutoSubtitle by Markbourne is another API for generating subtitles. Basic plans for both APIs are free and include quota limits and overage rates.
All Subtitle APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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